Keeping Families Together

Saint Dominic’s Family Services, Supporting Families and the Staff that Serve Them


Since 1878, St. Dominic’s Family Services (SDFS) has been a resource to support children and families. /Brian Wagenheim   

By Jim Sliney...

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Catholic Charities Community Services of Dutchess County: Covid 19 Updates


Photo by Rafaelina Tineo 

By Jim Sliney Jr

The Coronavirus impact on Catholic Charities Community Services of Dutchess County makes...

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Good Counsel Homes Keeping Doors Open for Moms and Their Babies


MOM AND BABY—Tiffany Morales cares for her young son Ren at Good Counsel’s home in the South Bronx in early March. Good Counsel is committed to remaining open during...

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Catholic Charities' Homebase Holds Fun-Filled Family Day in the Bronx

CCNY Homebase Family Day Kids on a Ride
Photo Credit: Dana Weiner and Sophia Theriault
 

By Sophia Theriault

On...

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The New York Foundling: 150 Years of Service

Cardinal Dolan with Sisters of Charity at St. Patrick's Cathedral
Cardinal Dolan with Sisters of Charity at St. Patrick's Cathedral
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Happy Mother's Day


Photo Credit: Juiz de Fora

At Catholic Charities We Celebrate You

By Alice Kenny

For all moms and children of moms...

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$5.6 Million Raised by New York Times in Neediest Cases: 14 Catholic Charities of New York Stories Featured


The Cruz Family

by John-Mark de Palma

The 107th New York Times Neediest Cases campaign tells the stories of...

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Thousands More Migrant Kids Separated from Parents

Thousands more immigrant children were separated from their parents than previously reported and whether they have been reunified is unknown, according to a report released Thursday by the inspector general for HHS.

The report found a spike in immigrant family separations beginning in the...

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‘We Are a Casita Family.’ In the Bronx, an Education Center Provides a 2nd Home

Read the Powerful Story about This Catholic Charities Affiliate Here and in the New York Times

Noah, 6, knelt on a chair, hunching over a sheet of pale blue construction paper. Brown...

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Looking for the Coolest FREE NYC Cultural Experience?

Join us at Casita Maria for We Have Iré:  Afro-Cuban in the U.S.

Join us for We Have Iré: Afro-Cuban in the United States at our Bronx affiliate,...

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